Bree, I’d Like to Meet You
Check out Part I here: Bree the chatterbox David never thought he would end up at this age, living in a small apartment all by himself in London. He had always dreamed of a life full of adventure, and yet here he was, staring at his twenty-ninth birthday and feeling like it was already over. He had been trying for years to keep things interesting, but the truth was that he had never really been able to meet anyone who made him want to stick around.
Bree the chatterbox
Bree, a young girl, lived her childhood in a small town with her mother and father. She was an only child and found it hard to make friends, so she spent most of her time playing by herself. As Bree grew older, she began to wonder why she was so different from everyone else but had no idea what it meant. She didn’t feel like she fit in anywhere, not even at home. Bree thought about this for many years until eventually she got married and had children of her own.
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Severance is a Brutal Mystery Box of a TV Show You Should WatchTop Story - April 2022
The new Apple TV series Severance is a brutal mystery box of a TV show, and you should watch it. While this premise might sound like the plot of an episode of Black Mirror, the theme of the show couldn’t be more different.
Netflix's Inventing Anna is the perfect combination of snarky, witty, and ill-gotten
Remember when we all read that New York Magazine article about Anna Sorokin, the Russian millennial who dressed like a socialite, scammed her way into high society, and then landed on Rikers Island for fraud?
The Case For Authenticity At Work
Have you ever been in a situation where you felt that your true self wasn't acknowledged? You know, that moment when you feel like you are standing on the edge of an identity crisis? You are not sure what you should be acting or feeling like. Yeah, me too…it's difficult. Well, let's take a step back and think about what it means to be authentic in the workplace. And maybe we can find the courage to bring our authentic selves to work every day.
When most people think of philosophy, they think of long-winded professors discussing the meaning of life in a stuffy classroom. But what is philosophy, really? At its core, philosophy is about thinking critically and asking questions. It's a way to explore different ideas and theories and to analyze them in order to see if they make sense. So whether you're interested in business, history, science, religion or any other topic, philosophy can help you understand it better. In short, it's a way of thinking about the world that can be applied to anything. So if you're curious about philosophy but don't know where to start, this is a good place to begin.
Don’t Let Strategy Become Planning
It's time to admit that we have a problem. For decades, we have been obsessed with planning. Planning has become so prevalent in business, and so ingrained in our culture, that it seems impossible to even imagine doing anything else.
Why Reverse Mentoring works and how to do it effectively
Reverse mentoring is a concept that's been gaining momentum in business over the past decade. Any Mentor-mentee relationship usually depends on using someone’s specific skills and knowledge to benefit from their know-how. But what happens when seniority isn’t the driver for mentoring relationships? Reverse mentoring challenges the status quo by pairing younger employees with C-suite executives, instead of vice versa. In this type of mentorship, younger employees teach senior executives about things like technology trends, new digital platforms, or cultural awareness. Reverse mentoring is bridging that gap in the organization so that people can be more effective internally with their peers and externally with their customers.